Reflections

One Day At A Time…

I can hear the foot steps of the new year nearing my door and its time that it will knock soon. News papers are doing a round up of the events. fb is throwing back the memories gathered on time line. The gratitude posts this month talk about sailing through Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Parenting

Santa Claus Is For One And All

  I am celebrating the spirit of Christmas with the #UnwrapChristmas blog chain. Thank you Dr Roshan Radhakrishnan for passing the baton of Christmas joy and spirit to me. Idea is to pass on the Christmas cheer from one to other by sharing our musings on what Christmas means to us.   Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Raindrop Retreat

Amairah, the bride, was none less than a princess. Her father had made the world take a notice of his business even before she was born.  The groom’s side had equal stamp on the world’s economy. Kiyaan, the groom, was recently featured as the Most Influential Young Businessman of the Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Humour

Sizzling Hot And Sweet

Looking up, little aghast, I, Mrs ChitterChatter (Mrs C), questioned, “I never stood a chance, did I?”. Mr. Balanced (Mr B), my better half, signalled me to hold on. Munching on his bite, he said, “Yes and No!” With disgust in her eyes, Mrs C rebuked, “So politically correct! As usual Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Reach Out

Her heartbeats picked up. The sweat gathered on her forehead. Her eyes were fixated on the locked doors. She cringed.  Not even a bird in sight. The leaves seemed to have stopped rustling as if they were lifeless. She gulped the lump of trepidation. Though sunny and well lit, premises Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

The Blend And The Bond

Akash* and Dhara*, were the perfect match. Together they teamed up like the balanced blend. Their journey from friends to something beyond, started from college days. Upon finishing graduation, he floated a start-up. Soon they were blissfully married. Her culinary skills delighted, satiated and at times surprised Akash. Life decided Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago